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CalCPA.org's Ask a CPA always has been a valuable resource for both the public and accounting professionals. Ask a CPA--www.calcpa.org/ask--taps a network of CalCPA subject-matter experts to answer questions on everything from business management to paying for college. The site just emerged from a makeover and is easier than ever to navigate, so now surfers can find the answers they're looking for more quickly. To be an Ask a CPA expert contact Bill Spaniel at bill.spaniel@calcpa.org.

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Title Annotation:WebFocusCalCPA.org
Publication:California CPA
Date:Oct 1, 2005
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